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Picnic Theatre Company returns to Woodlawn Estate for seasonal cocktail party theatre on November 1 with An Evening in The Twilight Zone: A Parody! Experience three short episodes of classic 1950s sci-fi suspense, exploring themes of Cold War fears in American suburbia; artificial intelligence for daily living; and the promise and peril of contact with alien civilizations, along with hilarious actual advertisements from a bygone era. 

Enjoy wine and refreshments and be transported to another time and dimension at Woodlawn! 6:30 cocktail reception, 7:30 one hour performance.

Directed by Steve Rochlin

Cast: Nurith Aizenman * Nova Daly* Chris Fowler* Charles Kovatch* Daniela McInerney* Antonio Olivo* Steve Rochlin * Kevin Rooney * Christina Sevilla *Matt Stoller

Proceeds benefit Woodlawn Pope-Leighey House preservation and programs